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Grand Theft Auto - Vice City

Released on 08 November 2002

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 Average rating (15 reviews)

 Loved it

| | See all fabemmy's reviews (90)

Top 100  Reviewer Top 100 Music Reviewer

I love this game, Its brilliant and realistic. The story is easy to follow and the levels anr brilliant. you could never get bored of it its brilliant. This game also is a brilliant soundtrack with real songs on it, this happens when you listen to the radio stations in the cars and motorbikes etc. Great outstanding and brilliant. 5*****

 Amazing Game

| | See all Kartlad90's reviews (2)

I know San Andreas is bigger in almost every way and has more plots, but I can't help but love Vice City more. It has great game play, brilliant missions and fantasic characters. Plus, it's city is much better than those of San Andreas and the cars, radio stations and weapons are much better in my opinion.

I love it so much, I have just bought another one as my old version has been scratched and it keeps freezing!

 Better than GTA 3

| | See all jameweights's reviews (34)

Basically its a bigger world
Loads of vehicles including motorcycles
Loads of guns
A lot of missions from a lot of very interesting characters.
Graphics are good
Music is really good- so is the voice acting and sound effects.

A must buy for the PS2.

 Still the Best in the GTA Series

| | See all deanlowdon's reviews (468)

Top 100  Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer

Tommy Vercetti, having just been released from a long stint in jail, is sent to Vice City by his old boss, Sonny Forelli. Unfortunately during his first drug buy he is set up and is left with no money or merchandise. With Sonny demanding his money back and everyone else seemingly wanting him dead Tommy realises his only chance is to take over Vice City himself.

Grand Theft Auto III may have been the first to take the open world game into 3D but it was Vice City that really took it to its limit. The city itself, based on Miami is, is more vibrant and interesting than any other in the GTA series allowing for hugely diverse missions involving motorbikes, boats, helicopters and even planes. Unlike the most recent outing entertainment, rather than realism, seems to have been the main concern when devising these missions. As the game progresses your impact on the city can really be felt leading to a fantastic finale set within your mansion (think Scarface!).

A quick mention also for the 1980's soundtrack that has yet to be matched. It features a mix of hilarious talk and music stations featuring the likes of Michael Jackson, Roxy Music and Kate Bush and really adds to the sense that you are inhabiting a living, breathing world.

This is the Playstation 2's best game without doubt.

 Still the Best in the GTA Series

| | See all drlowdon's reviews (468)

Top 100  Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer

Tommy Vercetti, having just been released from a long stint in jail, is sent to Vice City by his old boss, Sonny Forelli. Unfortunately during his first drug buy he is set up and is left with no money or merchandise. With Sonny demanding his money back and everyone else seemingly wanting him dead Tommy realises his only chance is to take over Vice City himself.

Grand Theft Auto III may have been the first to take the open world game into 3D but it was Vice City that really took it to its limit. The city itself, based on Miami is, is more vibrant and interesting than any other in the GTA series allowing for hugely diverse missions involving motorbikes, boats, helicopters and even planes. Unlike the most recent outing entertainment, rather than realism, seems to have been the main concern when devising these missions. As the game progresses your impact on the city can really be felt leading to a fantastic finale set within your mansion (think Scarface!).

A quick mention also for the 1980's soundtrack that has yet to be matched. It features a mix of hilarious talk and music stations featuring the likes of Michael Jackson, Roxy Music and Kate Bush and really adds to the sense that you are inhabiting a living, breathing world.

This is the Playstation 2's best game without doubt.

RegionPAL: Will play on UK and European Playstation2 only